I've been noticing that most of the mothers I know are sluts.
I'm not speaking for all of them, some have been left with the difficulties of raising their child due to the death of their spouse, abuse, and other real reasons as to why they have to raise their child or children on their own.
But usually, that's not the case.
One single mother I know always praises herself and how she raised two children on her own. Do you know why she was left to raise two children on her own? She slept with her significant other's brother and best friend... While pregnant with the second child. The first one's not even his. She cheated on her first child's father with the second child's father. So kudos to her.
Another mother I know doesn't want anyone to know who the father of her child is, because quite frankly, she doesn't even know who the child of her father is.
This other single mother just keeps having children with different guys. Of all different races. So she has all different races of children. None are the same father. Not one of the three.
Another single mother has children from two different fathers, and now has an Instagram full of pictures of her in lingerie because she believes she's an aspiring model. Please. Another reason just to show her sluttiness.
There are a ton of other single moms that I could mention. Because it seems like the trend is taking on more of a congratulatory lead when it shouldn't.
Again, I'm not saying that all single mothers have made bad choices. Like I mentioned before, plenty of them have no control over being left to raise a child alone because they have been put through unfortunate events. I feel as though those mothers deserve to be praised and deserve help... But the other ones. Not so much. They shouldn't feel proud. They brought the difficulties of raising children alone upon themselves. Stop feeling sorry for yourselves.
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You said the truth here the ones you mentioned are truly sluts. And also as you put it they praise themselves. As far as society is concerned they agree with you. In the case of the mothers out there who through no fault of their own find themselves doing the job of both parents I do applaud the hard work they do1